Marital Status Discrimination and Harassment
Labor & Employment Law
Marital Status Discrimination and Harassment in Florida
Sass Law Firm represents employees in marital status discrimination and harassment cases in state courts. Florida state law protects employees against discrimination based upon their marital status. In other words, employers may not discriminate against you because you are married, unmarried, single, divorced, widowed or separated. If you feel you were not hired because of your marital status, or that you suffered in any other way due to your family status, including being subjected to a hostile work environment, you may have an employment discrimination case under state law. If you are seeking to challenge the discrimination, please call the Sass Law Firm, to schedule a consultation to learn more about your rights and potential remedies. Marital status discrimination is against the law in Florida.
The state law against treating employees differently with regard to the terms, conditions and privileges of employment based on whether you are married, unmarried, single, divorced, widowed or separated, also make it illegal to retaliate against an employee for complaining about marital status harassment or marital status discrimination. If you feel you are being retaliated against, please call the Sass Law Firm to schedule a consultation to learn more about your rights and potential remedies. Retaliation is against the law in Florida.